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12/13/2017 09:16 PM
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PAIR OF ROSEVILLE POTTERY CANDLESTICKS(PEONY)
Age. See below
Composition. Pottery
Size. 4 ¾” high x 3 ¼” wide/deep
Rating: 9
Comments. These vintage Roseville candlesticks were made in the 1930s in the pattern known as” Peony”. They are marked underneath Roseville U.S.A. 1152, 4 ½". They have flared tops, large loop handles as well as raised designs of peonies and leaves on a ridged background. They have an all over yellowish/orange glaze with highlights of dark green as well as orange. Both of these candlesticks are in good shape with light use wear and minor soiling. One of them still has some wax in its interior. Give them a light cleaning and they will make a nice addition to your Roseville Pottery collection or will come in handy at your next candlelight supper

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